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Congrats are in order for “American Idol” alum Pia Toscano.

According to multiple reports, the 28-year-old singer, who was a contestant on season 10 of the competition singing show married dancer Jimmy R.O. Smith at the Angel Orensanz Center in Manhattan, New York, on Saturday, Jan. 7, ET reports.

“I’ve dreamed of this magical day since I was 4-years-old, and I hoped to find my King,” Toscano told the entertainment news outlet, prior to saying “I do.”

“Today, all of my childhood dreams come true,” she continued. “I am marrying the absolute love of my life in front of my closest family and friends. I couldn’t be happier!”

As for her wedding day, Toscano revealed a few details surrounding her big day. “Making sure that all of our family and friends felt included was our No. 1 priority,” she said. “And making sure I fit in my wedding dress was pretty important, as well.”

“Jimmy and I both had the same vision for our wedding, which made planning a lot easier,” she explained. “Luckily, we had an amazing wedding planner [Phyllis Inserillo] and visual director who both know Jimmy and I personally. They handled a lot for us while we were in Los Angeles, but Jimmy and I were still extremely involved.”

Last January, the couple announced their engagement via Instagram, writing, “The #NewYear countdown with my future Mrs. SMITH. A toast to topping every year we’ve all ever lived. G.i.g — #ourlastnewyearcelebrationsingle #MrandMrsSMITH.”

At the time, Toscano revealed that Jennifer Lopez, who’s recently found new love of her own with Drake, “brought a lot into my life,” the singer told ET at the time. “I met my fiance through Jennifer,” said Toscano. “We met on the promo tour [for Lopez’s album, A.K.A.] almost two years ago.”

“We actually lived across the street from each other and didn’t even know,” she explained. “It was all meant to be.”

Congrats to the lovely couple on stepping into a new chapter. Show them some congratulatory love in the comment section below.

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